What's the rarest or most unusual computer-related item
Nico de Jong
nico at farumdata.dk
Tue Jan 17 10:33:14 CST 2017
I wouldnt be surprised if I were the only one with a Philips PTS mini, or
rather a set of spares that can be combined into one. The PTS series is a
swedish development, based on Philips P800 hardware, but with a lot of extra
adapters so it could be used for banks, airlines, etc.
BTW : I'm still looking for a 5 MB drive, called PTS 6876. It is also known
under other (Philips) names.
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From: Rik Bos
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Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 3:58 PM
Subject: RE: What's the rarest or most unusual computer-related item
My rarest item is a Diehl Alphatronics a very rare combination of
computer/calculator it's a same kind machine as the HP 9820A or some Wang
calculators from the era (early 70ties).
I also have the service manuals for this machine and some spares to keep
Other rare items in my collection are the HP 9821A actually a HP 9820A
with a cassette drive like the HP 9830.
And a HP 9831A which is basically a HP 9825A with firmware to run HP 9830
basic and a different keyboard, but the firmware also works 1n the HP 9825A.
I also have part of a memory core module(6 layers) from an IBM 1401.
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